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In honour of #FlowerFriday and marking the end of British Flowers Week, today we’re rounding up our favourite #Flowergram’s from the festival. Reflecting the classic English garden (a look that is extremely well-manicured, despite a deceivingly haphazard and natural appearance) the bouquets and arrangements by English floral designers use less homogenous blooms, and feature flowers of English tradition, such as wild irises, peonies, garden roses, sweet violets and paperweights.
At British Flower Week, the flowers that are celebrated have a more natural feel and form and the growers pride themselves in showcasing blooms that reflect what is currently in season. This isn’t to say that the florals aren’t trend driven or fashion forward, as evidenced by the floral couture gown created by Zita Elze primarily out of British larkspur.
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